TIM Westwood has deleted dozens of tweets endorsing violent drill rappers. The ex-Radio 1 DJ is accused of making blood money from groups involved in deadly gang wars. On Tuesday Westwood, 60, deleted seven posts featuring links to his YouTube channel. He then removed 34 more tweets after The Sun spoke to his agent. Some of the links featured his championing of the notorious Moscow17 drill crew. In one Westwood, now on Capital Xtra, had tagged member Siddique Kamara. Murdered rapper Incognito performs with bandmates Moscow17 in a Tim Westwood Crib Session SNAPCHAT ATTACK Thug films himself beating Morrisons worker ‘with learning difficulties’ TARGETED Older brother of boy killed in house fire survived stabbing at same house earlier ‘COWERING IN CELL’ Midwife ‘killer’ battered by inmates in jail hours before court hearing KILLED AS SHE PLAYED Girl killed by collapsing cliff ‘as she played on a family day out’ SPEED DEMON Brit who racked up £36k in speeding fines in Dubai usually drives mobility car tragic last moments Murdered midwife was ‘wrapped in duvet with masking tape covering eyes’ The young dad, 23, was stabbed to death in Camberwell, South London, earlier this month in what cops think was a gang dispute. Westwood has denied that he profited from hosting drill videos or that he paid groups to appear on his channel.